From a media release:
Income PropertyÂ returns with a bang this winter, celebrating ten seasons of house hunting, messy demolitions and mind-blowing transformations. Handyman and real estate expertÂ Scott McGillivrayÂ is back and ready to help eager home hunters find their ideal investment property. The new season ofÂ Income PropertyÂ premieresÂ Thursday, February 26thÂ at 9pm ET/PT on HGTV CanadaÂ with four, special vacation rental episodes rolling out in April.
For the first time in the seriesâ€™ history, Scott takesÂ Income PropertyÂ on the road as he helps four sets of homeowners renovate the vacation rentals of their dreams.Â In these episodes, Scott and his homeowners trade in their tool belts for surf boards, fishing rods, and canoes to take in some of the local activities.Â Featured in one of these episodes isÂ Entertainment Tonight Canadaâ€™s own Roz Weston as he enlists Scottâ€™s help in transforming his dated country cottage into an upscale rental retreat.
To honour the 10thÂ season milestone, HGTV will air a marathon of oneÂ Income PropertyÂ episode per season leading up to the new season premiere. As a unique added bonus, fans will get to see Scott and theÂ Income PropertyÂ team hijack the networkâ€™s master control during the marathon.Â Interspersed between episodes will be a series of 25-second promos that give fans an inside look at the series as well as Scottâ€™s personal life.Â Viewers will see clips from some of Scottâ€™s wildest stunts on theÂ Income PropertyÂ set, his first national television commercial, his wedding video, his boy band, behind-the-scenes bloopers with the crew, â€˜where are they nowâ€™ check-ins with homeowners, and much more.
Scott was just 21 when he bought and renovated his first rental home and has since built a real estate empire across North America. He has not only proven himself as an outstanding contractor and investor, but as a relatable and loveable host. He was recently named PEOPLE Magazineâ€™s Sexiest Man of the Week and is now tucking a tenth season ofÂ Income PropertyÂ under his tool belt.